Winchester City Council planning applications | Hampshire Chronicle

2022-06-15 11:47:50 By : Mr. Ryan Yen

22/00729/HOU, Mr LeFeuvre, detached single storey home office, Manor Barn, Romsey Road, Pitt.

22/00817/HOU, Mr S Prebble, replacement of detached four-bay garage and green house with triple carport, garage, home gym, workshop building with home office above, Oak Tree Cottage, Wintershill, Durley.

22/00752/LIS, Mark Emmerson, repainting doors and downpipes, replace/repair bedroom four window, install cat flap in side door, removal of tarmac from driveway/garden area, White Culvers, Bank Street.

22/01152/TPO, Craig Tickner, tree works, Fairlawn, Station Road.

22/00827/FUL, Andrew Malyon, a steel portal frame agricultural building to house dairy cattle. The building is proposed within the existing farmyard and will be in keeping with existing buildings - grey fibre cement roofing, timber side cladding and concrete panel walling, Goathouse Farm, Goathouse Lane, Newtown.

22/00761/HOU, Draper, double garage extension, Ashwood House, Shepherds Lane.

22/00770/LDP, Mr and Mrs J Cameron, loft conversion with rear dormer, 37 Andover Road North.

22/00784/HOU, James Pullen, removal of single storey extension, construction of garden room, construction of new side extension and alterations to kitchen window, The Observatory, 109 Harestock Road.

22/00800/LDP, Mr and Mrs A Rushton, loft conversion and rear extension, 10 Greenacres Drive.

22/00844/FUL, Mr and Mrs Modak, application to vary Condition 7 of 20/00269/FUL relating to bats, Black Horse Farm, Solomons Lane, Waltham Chase.

22/00799/FUL, Michael Coleman, new building for engine testing associated with the repair of agricultural machines (Use Class Industrial B2). Revised scheme, Church House Farm, Clewers Hill, Waltham Chase.

22/00693/HOU, Joseph de Buriatte, replacement of flat roof to a pitch allowing for a habitable space on two floors. Retain garage space for storage and use of additional bedroom, bathroom and games area as overnight accommodation to aid foster care, Hill Pound Farmhouse, Mislingford Road.

22/00847/HOU, Ken Anderson, single storey rear extension roof dormer to rear to form first floor, changes to existing roof and existing fenestration, provision of external flue to log burner, extended hardstanding to front of property, Haze Lea, Hill Pound.

22/00891/FUL, Guy Hudson, addition of a detached four-bedroom dwelling, Fairhaven, Fontley Road, Titchfield, Fareham.

22/00825/FUL, Jermaine Wilding, detached dwelling, Ivy House, Mayles Lane, Knowle.

22/00788/HOU, Rev Julius Alexander, pitched roof over existing single storey flat roofed store and bath room. Alter existing door and windows, 27 Elizabeth Road.

22/00810/HOU, Janet Budd, proposed single storey rear extension / entrance porch, 53 Edgar Road.

22/01103/FUL, Peter Macfarlane, to site 112 wooden chalets in the Inner Close around Cloister Garth, No 9 lawn and Chapter House lawn; to site eight chalets behind the War Memorial in the Outer Close opposite the west front of the Cathedral. The Christmas Market will operate between 09.30am and 8.30pm daily from Friday 18

November to Thursday 22 December 2022. The build will commence on Monday 10 October 2022 and the market will be dismantled by close of play Friday 13 January 2023. A management plan will be developed for the Christmas Market and will be submitted to the Safety Advisor Group by 31 July 2022, Winchester Cathedral, The Close.

22/01156/TPC, Claire Allerton, tree works, 15 St James Terrace .

22/01159/TPC, Ms Lane, fell magnolia, 1 Earlsdown, Northbrook Avenue, St Giles Hill.

22/01160/HCS, Sam Dumbrell, provision of freestanding pop-up cafe van, including 10 freestanding tables and up to 40 freestanding chairs at Castle Yard, Castle Avenue.

22/01164/TPO, Lisa Kennard, tree works, 6 Fairways, 21 Chilbolton Avenue.

22/00829/HOU, Greg Baker, ground floor side and rear kitchen extension, 17 Egbert Road.

22/00842/HOU, Mr and Mrs Barnes, increase the height of the rear portion of a scheme that was previously approved planning Ref:21/02702/HOU, removal of existing single storey extension to the rear and single storey porch extension to the front. Construction of wrap-around ground floor extension to front, side, and rear, first floor rear extension, and dormer extensions to front and rear roof elevations. Hip to gable extensions to existing roof and increase of roof pitch to facilitate attic conversion, 6 Mead Road, St Cross.

22/00724/HOU, Mike Slinn, single storey rear extension, 1 Shenton Gardens, Stoney Lane, Weeke.

22/00740/FUL, 22/00741/LIS, Francis Roper, general refurbishment, including minor layout changes and external overload of modern extension, 39 Hyde Street, Hyde.

22/00804/HOU, Mr and Mrs Turner, replacement of existing garden room with orangery garden room, Inglenook, Norton, Sutton Scotney.

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